Most of us are neck deep trying to repurpose some of our leftover wood and other materials that we no longer use. Recently, we’ve done some renovations in the house which left us with a mountain of scrap we can use! We don’t always want to throw out anything, so we look for ways to make them functional again. So, I’m sharing this great idea for a “new” coffee table.
This project was perfect since we had some of these things already. I think it’s a gorgeous addition to the living room! You can use the window to store some magazines, the TV remote, or random things you may not want lying around on top of your table.
If you’re into rustic furniture, you will definitely love the outcome of this coffee table project. A bit of handiwork will save you at least a hundred bucks. Not bad, right?
Okay, let’s get the ball rolling.
You’ll need these materials:
- An old window
- Some pallet wood
And these tools:
- Cordless Drill
- Miter Saw
- Table Saw
- 18 Gauge Brad Nailer
- Orbital Palm Sander
- Wood Glue
- 3” nails
- 2” brad nails
- 5” screws
Looking for something similar? Here are other designs you can add to your window coffee table…
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To build your own rustic window coffee table, visit SMS Design for step-by-step instructions…